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Jamaica Gleaner Sport
published: Sunday | October 2, 2005

T&T hard pressed to repeat - Ganga
TRINIDAD AND Tobago captain Daren Ganga said yesterday that his 2004 champions will be hard pressed to repeat their victory at the 2005 President's Cup.

Arthur wants end to WI contract squabbling
BARBADOS' PRIME Minister, Owen Arthur, says it is time that the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) and the West Indies Players Association (WIPA) reach a settlement in the impasse over contractual arrangements for players.


Lara appointed vice-captain of World XI one-day team
FORMER WEST Indies captain Brian Lara has been appointed vice-captain of the ICC World XI one-day team following the withdrawal from the squad of Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar.


Commentary - One more problem for the WI board
WEST INDIES cricket is never without controversy. In fact, more and more it seems that West Indies cricket and controversy are synonymous. When, for example, it is not the players versus the board, it is the board versus the players...


Quarter-final clashes in Len Blake League
THE LAST two semi-finalists in St. Elizabeth's Len Blake/SDC Cricket League will be known today with the playing of the remaining two quarter-final matches.


Portmore Netball League matches on today
THE ISLAND Grill/TVJ-sponsored Portmore Intermediate Netball League continues today with four matches.


Exciting cricket festival in the Sunshine City
LAST WEEKEND'S IGL-sponsored cricket festival in Portmore was full of excitement from start to finish. The two-day festival ended last Sunday with a combined Ken's Wildflower/Elevation team beating the Portsmouth/Rest of Portmore Metropolitan Cricket...


LEAD - Top guns to clash
DESPITE THE engagement of the national football team in a friendly last night with Guatemala in the United States, there will still be a full set of matches today in the Wray and Nephew National Premier League but for the Wadadah/Reno game.


Francis shines at Caymanas
WITH LEADING jockey Trevor Simpson sitting out day one of a three-day suspension, two-time champion apprentice Paul 'Country' Francis came into his own with four winners on yesterday's eight-race programme at Caymanas Park...


Jamaica College too good for Excelsior
DEFENDING CHAMPIONS Excelsior were sent packing 4-1 by home team Jamaica College as action continued in the ISSA/Pepsi /JN Manning Cup yesterday.



















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